StudentVIP Subjects at Uni. of Melbourne. FREN10004. Having never done French before, the pace of this subject was pretty good and fast, and I was surpri... About average, I’m also in commerce and got an email this year for some opportunity from the Uni saying “You have been identified by The University of Melbourne as an undergraduate student with an average of 70% or higher.
Completely agree with the person who said: There are two kinds of schools: * the ones that make it exhaustibly difficult to get into but far easier to graduate from; and * the ones that make it fairly easy to get into but far more challenging to g... Subject Code/Name: ENGL20023: American Classics Workload: 1 x 90 minute lecture and 1 x 1 hour tute per week Assessment: 1 x 1500 word essay (40%) and 1 x 2000 word essay (60%) *apparently that last essay was worth 50% and the left over 10% went to a class presentation, but I can't find any record of this - we were never told our scores and the LMS was a ghosttown... more on that below. On the very, very top end of BCom (i.e. the BCom medal winner), you'll have WAMs of around 94 (that's right — WAM). Crazy. I've been on the Dean's Honours List for BCom, which is known to be around top 3% in terms of WAM for each year.
A weighted average mark (WAM) is an average of the marks in a set of courses, weighted by the course credit points’ value. For example, in calculating the average mark, the mark in a 24 credit point course has twice the weight of the mark in a 12 credit point course.
A Weighted Average Mark (WAM) is a calculation of all your relevant unit outcomes within a course. What is a WAM? While some institutions use a Grade Point Average (GPA) to provide an overall view of student's academic performance, Deakin uses a Weighted Average Mark (WAM). About average, I’m also in commerce and got an email this year for some opportunity from the Uni saying “You have been identified by The University of Melbourne as an undergraduate student with an average of 70% or higher. This subject was a fantastic introduction to Pathology. The pracs were really chilled and fun, and the lecture content was very light. It is easy to do well on the reports and lab book provided that you follow your demonstrator's feedback carefully, and from what I've heard, most of the demonstrators were happy to answer emails if you had any questions about the reports.